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On my AMD Jaguar build server, on Feb 20, 2015, this lists all the builds that {{c|buildrepo}} has been configured to manage. The first number on each line is a '''failcount''', which is the number of consecutive times that the build has failed. A zero value indicates that everything's okay. The failcount is an important feature of the advanced repository management features. Here are a number of behaviors that are implemented based on failcount:
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|Location name=Rennes, Bretagne, France
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|Full name=Antoine Pinsard
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|Email=antoine.pinsard@gmail.com
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== About Me ==
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I am a 23 years old French developer. I am currently working as lead developer for a web start-up called ''Aladom'' (home services sector) in Rennes (Brittany, France). I started developing websites at the age of 11, which, bit by bit, led me to programming and GNU/Linux. I moved to Gentoo in 2010 and then Funtoo about three years later, in order to become the master of my computer and not the opposite. I am especially enthusiast about getting rid of features I don't need/use.
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== How I met <del>your mother</del> Funtoo? ==
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I don't remember.
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== Why I stick to Funtoo? ==
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In my childhood as a wee developer, I moved from distro to distro by curiosity, without understanding, fundamentally, the difference between them. This is the day I moved to Gentoo that I had a click. Well... the day... I must say the first time I booted on Gentoo Install CD, it was like "OK... Where are fancy windows and OK buttons... Am I really supposed to type some text here? Hmm... looks like this CD is buggy, let's try another distro.". But eventually I came to it again, and went through the famous handbook. I remember, It took the night to compile Gnome 3 and the nearly 200 "dependencies" and I had to wait until the early morning to get my fancy interface. A month later I had the feeling I had learn so much (and totally screwed up my system with my newbies commands) I had to reinstall Gentoo, and this time decided to build my own kernel thanks to kernel-seeds.org. Miraculously, it worked. Well... actually, I chose vanilla-sources, and as a total ignorant of what "vanilla" meant, I thought it would be a good idea to turn on {{c|USE<nowiki>=</nowiki>vanilla}} in {{c|/etc/make.conf}} to optimize packages for my kernel... No need to tell you it did not take a month to screw up my system. So I tried again, I loved it.
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All of this is funny but this does not tell us why I moved to Funtoo and will stick to it.
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== My Projects ==
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/chuse chuse] - Portage tool to change USE flags and keep history of changes done
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/Sapher-BT Sapher-BT] - A tiny bug tracker I developed to fit my needs as lead dev at Aladom
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/Pi-Flavor Pi-Flavor] - OS from scratch in ARMv6 assembly for Raspberry Pi (sounds cool said like this, but actually it just blinks the ACT LED for now)
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/mycfg-vim mycfg-vim] - My Vim configuration (If you want to get inspired or suggest me some stuff)
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/mycfg-awesome mycfg-awesome] - My Awesome WM configuration (If you want to get inspired or suggest me some stuff)
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* [https://github.com/apinsard/prettress-sm prettress-sm] - The project for which I actually only wrote the README
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== Around the web ==
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|profile=http://www.linkedin.com/in/apinsard
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|name=Antoine Pinsard
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Latest revision as of 17:31, July 12, 2015

On my AMD Jaguar build server, on Feb 20, 2015, this lists all the builds that buildrepo has been configured to manage. The first number on each line is a failcount, which is the number of consecutive times that the build has failed. A zero value indicates that everything's okay. The failcount is an important feature of the advanced repository management features. Here are a number of behaviors that are implemented based on failcount: